food supply chain, train ce food, world food programme, local companies, food assistance
Types: Food supply chain, Social entrepreneurship and cooperatives
Sector: English
Skill: 2015 - now
Targets: Articles/Scientific articles, Best practices, Website
Dogs: Cooperatives/NGOs, Cooperatives/NGOs Teachers/trainers/educators, Higher education students (Post-Secondary and Tertiary, Other stakeholders (e.g. decision-makers, interested civil society, etc.), researches, Teachers/trainers/educators, researches

At any given time, the World Food Programme (WFP) is on the frontlines in the fight against hunger. Thousands of dedicated staff channel their expertise and use all means at their disposal – trucks, planes, ships, helicopters and even amphibious vehicles – to ensure that vast quantities of food and other essential items reach those who need them most.

With  60 years’ experience delivering food assistance in some of the planet’s remotest and most insecure regions, WFP is a partner of choice in humanitarian response and also, increasingly, in the effort to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

They with governments and NGOs, with suppliers and local communities. They engage businesses and smallholder farmers. They invest in local economies, markets and the private sector.